No, not that Paris.
Paris Creperie in Boston's cute, kitschy Coolidge Corner. It's a tiny hole in the wall, but the folks at Paris sure know how to make crepes, hot chocolate, smoothies, and even soups. They have everything from a s'mores crepe to a chicken Caesar crepe--which I've had and loved--and their hot chocolate is the best I've had. Make sure you order some form of their Nutella hot chocolate; yes, that's right, they make their hot chocolate with Nutella! I've tried the original version (with no extra flavoring), caramel, vanilla, raspberry, almond, and mint. They're all exceptional, though I must say my personal favorites so far are caramel and almond. Anyway, Paris is a great, local place to eat, and they really know what they're doing when it comes to making crepes.
From Kenmore Station, take the green line outbound to Cleveland Circle (it's the C train) and get off at--shockingly--Coolidge Corner. Paris Creperie is on the west side of Harvard Ave... pass the Walgreen's, but if you hit Coolidge Corner Theatre, you've gone too far!
PS, if you have a chance to check out the movie theater in Coolidge Corner, do it. I saw Happy-Go-Lucky there and the theater has a great atmosphere since it's a small, independent one. Thursdays are their college student discount day.